Since Apple sold more than 9 million new iPhones on the weekend of their release, you might think the Cupertino based company would be beloved by Wall Street.
But as it turns out, they have a somewhat tenuous relationship. The company's stock has been on a bit of roller coaster this year. It currently sits at about $527, far off its old price of $702 where it sat just over a year ago.
But investors are waiting to see what happens later today when the company releases its fourth quarter earnings. Senior editor Philip Elmer-DeWitt from Fortune joins the show with more.